These five (plus a couple bonus) storylines are just some of the reason you won’t want to forget about the NCAA season in this Olympic year.
Here are five (plus a couple extra) storylines that you’ll want to keep track of throughout the 2023-24 women’s DI NCAA season.
This won’t come as a surprise, but Cal’s outlook for the 2023-2024 season is very good.
It feels like the end of an era with Douglass gone, but a stacked recruiting class combined with a veteran core has the Virginia women set for the future.
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The Longhorns are facing minimal losses and they bring in an excellent freshman class along with two key fifth-year grad transfers.
“I know we can do better,” Leon Marchand said after ASU’s 2nd-place finish at NCAAs last season. “I know we can win. And I want to be a part of it.”
The Longhorns will be relying on some talented incoming freshmen to help blunt some major losses in what appears will be Eddie Reese’s final season.
After losing Torri Huske, Claire Curzan, and Taylor Ruck, the Stanford Cardinal women will be a completely different team this NCAA season.
Gabi Albiero will once again be called upon to play a significant role as the Louisville women appear poised to take a run at a top-3 spot at NCAAs.
Brendan Burns and the high-powered Hoosier relays will be one of many driving forces behind the team’s success in the 2023-24 season.
A bevy of fifth years, redshirts, and freshmen have the NC State men eyeing a top three finish at NCAAs despite stiff competition.
Katharine Berkoff returns for her fifth year of eligibility to lead the NC State Wolfpack in their pursuit of a top-three NCAA finish.
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